C2 Sponsors 1st Annual Service Credit Union Impact Foundation Golf Charity Classic
C2’s Kevin Powers and Stevan Schmid basked in beautiful views and partook in some golf on Scottish links last week at the Wentworth by the Sea Country Club in Rye, NH.
The Service Credit Union 1st Annual Impact Foundation Golf Charity Classic was hosted in partnership with the Robert Irvine Foundation to benefit veterans in our local community and nationwide.
We’re already looking forward to next year’s event, and encourage you to learn more about this cause and ways you can help.
About the Service Credit Union Impact Foundation
The Service CU Impact Foundation promotes community development by funding initiatives that deliver solutions and solve problems facing our membership and communities in which we serve. The foundation funds initiatives beyond what Service Credit Union supports, broadening the community reach, and having a larger impact. We conduct charitable activities and partner with service providers who align with our philanthropic areas of focus: education, human services, and emergency care for veterans and the military. You can support the Service CU Impact Foundation by making a donation on their website.
About The Robert Irvine Foundation
The Robert Irvine Foundation’s primary focus is giving back and supporting our military personnel (active, retired, and veterans) and first responders through resiliency and health and wellness programs, in addition to financial support of top-rated and thoroughly vetted veterans service and first responder organizations.
Since the Foundation’s launch, they have served hearty meals to thousands of service-members and veterans, trained PTS service dogs for severely wounded combat veterans, provided support for homeless veterans by renovating kitchen and dining facilities, provided relief grants to assist those in need through trying times, provided mobility devices for injured veterans, and provided cooking classes for service members and their families for easy ideas and healthy choices. In addition, they’ve created resiliency programs such as an annual golf tournament for wounded veterans, an annual experience for surviving family members of lost loved ones who have served by taking them out for a weekend of fun, bonding, and peer support in Las Vegas where they are able to connect with other survivors during activities such as cooking classes and military memorials honoring their lost loved ones, and various other events to bring joy or lighten the burdens of our nation’s heroes and their families. They continue to create and develop these events and programs to adapt to the ever-changing needs of those they serve.
The foundation strives to create awareness throughout the communities they engage in and of the sacrifices made by our military personnel, first responders, and their families; and, in turn, inspire the communities to appreciate and support the men and women defending our freedom at home and abroad.